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Runs on "iron dry" no matter what setting i select.

When i turn it on, any setting, it switches it's self to "iron dry". can i fix this somehow? even if i put it on timed dry it still runs iron dry for whatever reason. runs for maybe 20 minutes then turns off.

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  • razorbites Jul 13, 2009

    er, i mean "machine ironing" not iron dry. whoops!

  • harborcountr May 11, 2010

    was it the thermo-safety switch? It's behind the back panel and has a reset button on it.

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Same with mine. did you get yours fixed? I took my back panel off, reset the thermo switch and removed it but leaving it plugged in and presto it works........so it probably needs a thermo switch.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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